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Maiyah Gamble-Rivers, manager of programs and outreach in Brown’s Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, received an Excellence Award for Citizenship from President Christina Paxson P’19.

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University recognizes staff members for quality work, years of service

February 20, 2018 Comments are Disabled

President Christina Paxson P’19 handed out Brown Employee Appreciation and Recognition awards to staff members Feb. 20.

In the first meeting of the semester, Brown University Community Council received recommendations for the structure of work-study employment at the University.

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Changes recommended to student employment practices

February 14, 2018 Comments are Disabled

A student employment working group recommended several changes to University student employment practices at the Brown University Community Council’s first meeting of the semester yesterday.

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Alok Vaid-Menon delivers intimate performance

February 12, 2018 Comments are Disabled

The LGBTQ Center brought poet and performance artist Alok Vaid-Menon to Rites and Reasons Theatre last Friday for an event in the Queer Legacy Series.

Panelists stressed the importance of decreasing the accessibility of opioids and destigmatizing addiction at the Medical School Thursday night.

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University researchers discuss opioid crisis

February 9, 2018 Comments are Disabled

The Brown Medical Association held a panel to discuss how to better train doctors and medical professionals to prevent opioid addiction and treat those suffering from the epidemic Thursday night at the Alpert Medical School. 

Panel talks Asian, Asian American identity

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Panel talks Asian, Asian American identity

November 28, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Panelists discussed the implications of the invisibility of Asian and Asian American men for mental health and well-being at an event Tuesday.

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StorySlam features seven diverse, captivating tales

November 27, 2017 Comments are Disabled

When Emerson Wells ’18 picked a turtle off the street one Fourth of July weekend several summers ago, he knew little of the turtle’s true potential.

Robot are becoming more like humans, raising many ethical, scientific and philosophical questions. The panelists discussed whether the line between humans and robots could ever disappear.

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Roboticists of differing faiths discuss future of artificial intelligence

November 1, 2017 Comments are Disabled

As the sophistication of artificial intelligence continues to increase and AI moves further from science fiction, a philosophical question arises.

Panelists discuss working with sound

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Panelists discuss working with sound

October 24, 2017 Comments are Disabled

“I had a bad experience (that is) haunting me,” said Torey Malatia in his opening remarks Monday, Oct. 23.

In his lecture, “Make America Fair Again,” Douglas Elmendorf addresses the large gap betweem low-, middle-, and high-income individuals. He discussed six ways the issue should be addressed in order to solve it.

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Dean of Harvard Kennedy School discusses economic inequality

October 12, 2017 1 comment

Douglas Elmendorf, dean of Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, discussed economic inequality in a lecture titled  “Make America Fair Again.”

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‘Gigs on the Grass’ promotes homegrown student music

October 10, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Droves of students convened on Wriston Quadrangle for Saturday’s “Gigs on the Grass” music festival.